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Outline Heracles in the Archaic period Labors and side labors Heracles as husband and friend Structuralism and Heracles 2
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3 Monsters slain by Heracles according to Hesiod, Theogony 287-332 Geryon, offspring of Chrysaor and Callirhoe Orthus, the hound of Geryon, offspring of Echidna and Typhaon Cerberus, fifty-headed (or three-headed) guardian of the underworld, offspring of Echidna and Typhoeus The Lernaean Hydra, offspring of Echidna and Typhoeus, nourished by Hera to battle
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Offspring of Echidna and Typhon encountered by Heracles This Nymph with dancing eyes (Echidna) mated, they say, With dreadnaught Typhaon, willful and wild, Got pregnant and bore him a brutal brood. …. And third, a Hydra, malicious and grisly, The Lernaian Hydra that the white-armed goddess Hera nourished, infinitely peeved with Heracles, The son of Zeus (but of the house of Amphitryon) Who used merciless bronze to despoil the monster With Iolaos’ help and Athena’s strategy. Theogony
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